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Alleged document linking UFOs and Nukes

We received an email from a reader with an alleged Top Secret USAF document attached. We are unsure of their validity, but we are posting them for your review.

The emailer wrote:

Without revealing too much, my dad was a high-ranking Air Force General.  As such he had a few northern US bases under his command. He recently passed away but before he did he gave to me some documents and said he wanted to get this information out. I have found that most of what my dad had in his possession is already on the internet, except for what I am sending you. I am not sure if this has been declassified or not and I cannot find information regarding this. I would prefer to stay anonymous, so I am not giving you contact information for fear of government reprisal. You may say what you will about what I sent as long as this gets out to the public for their scrutiny!

Here is the document which had this photo attached.

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Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

UPDATE:

I asked UFO-Nukes expert Robert Hastings his opinion on this document, he said “Total [B.S.]. Guards at air force bases are APs or SPs, not MPs. That is only one thing wrong with it.” I asked several other Air Force servicemen their opinion and they all agreed with Hastings. – Alejandro

About Alejandro Rojas

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Alejandro Rojas is a radio host for Open Minds Radio, editor and contributing writer for Open Minds magazine as well as OpenMinds.tv. For several years Alejandro was the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education. As a UFO/Paranormal researcher and journalist, Alejandro has spent many hours in the field investigating phenomena up close and personal. Alejandro has been interviewed by media organizations around the world, including the largest cable and network news agencies with several appearances on Coast to Coast AM.

18 comments

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    Wow this is flipping Awsome Alejandro!!TY!!

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    Is there any way to contrast this information? If not, there’s not much to say about, just a picture and a document that could be false. And he doesn’t give contact information, so…

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    Tract or tracked? …..hmmmmm.

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    My father was an MP for the U.S Army. He served 23 Years. He never had a UFO experience though, or that I know of. I would like to see the remaining 3 documents of this report. This incident is getting more popular by the day and the witnesses are credible and legit.

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    Seems a little casual to be a document detailing an unknown aircraft arming a nuke. Which silo? Just ” one of the missile silos”. Also what seals the deal for me is the spelling of tracked as “tract”.

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    This is great writing for a kid in junior high. Are pages 1 and 3-5 this absurdly obvious as fake “official” documents? If you guys at Open Minds want to completely destroy your credibility, keep publishing stuff like this!

    “…simultaneously tract” – Amazing!

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    Wow! Great article! Is that a camera in the corner of the building looking at the UFO?

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    The only reason these “aliens” interfere with our nuclear program is because they and other plasma-based beings are extremely sensitive to magnetic fields and Electromagnetic pulses (EMP) that are the result of a nuclear blast. These intelligences live in a dimension very close to our own, it seems.

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    Thank you for posting this and for your fine website.

    My first instinct is that it’s a fake. Are we to believe that someone with the authority to file such a report would not know how to correctly spell the words Sargeant and tracked?

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    “tracted” by radar as opposed to “tracked” by radar is wrong. Also note that the warhead “war” armed, not “was” armed. Never have seen such errors in other supposed “real” clasified or top secret documents.

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    Who sent the document and photo?

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    What a load of Baloney

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    One other thing I noticed in the document is the use of the capital letter I in place of the numeral 1. Appears to have been a pretty messed up typewriter! But spelling errors neither prove nor disprove the validity of a document. I’ve seen emails and letters from the executive management staff in my company that were full of spelling mistakes.

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    I have spent 38 years investigating UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites. The full-length video of my September 27, 2010 UFO-Nukes Connection press conference in Washington D.C. is at:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jUU4Z8QdHI

    The “document” above is a very crude forgery, as I told Alejandro some days ago. Posting it online only serves to confuse the situation by mingling ridiculous BS with legitimately declassified documents regarding UFO incursions at nuclear weapons sites.

    Among other flaws, this “document” references MPs, which are U.S. Army Military Police. In reality, the missile sites at Minot AFB are guarded by USAF Security Police or SPs. Furthermore, no missileer or missile guard would use the term “silo” even in casual conversation. More to the point, those in-ground launch tubes would only be referred to as “Launch Facilities”, “LFs” or “sites” in any official report.

    For a cross-section of *legitimate* documents relating to UFO incursions at nukes sites, go to:

    http://www.theufochronicles.com/2010/10/ufos-nukes-connection-press-conference.htm

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    Robert Hastings you are correct about the Air force not having Military Police. But they are not called Security Police, it is Securtiy Forces. My husband was in Security Forces and guarded the outside permiter of the area where they kept the nuclear weapons at Barksdale Air Force Base in Shreveport before they moved them. Everyone who guards those weapons are Security Forces as far as I know.

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    I am a retired USAF Officer, and I spent four-years as a Missile Combat Crew Member/Commander stationed at Grand Forks AFB, ND (1975-1979).

    This letter is patently fraudulent. It contains acronyms that are gibberish, or inappropriate (USAFE is U.S. Air Force in Europe and nothing to do with Minot, Minutemen Missiles or North Dakota). Missiles assigned to the Minot Wing are not colocated with the launch crews – they are individually located at Launch Facilities (LF) tens of miles form the crew and from one another (same for Grand Forks). Officers assigned to the launch crew are NOT “down in the silo”; as already noted, they are nowhere near the missile, and the facility the launch crew occupies is called the Launch Control Capsule (LCC) co-located with the Launch Control Facility (LCF). Security forces assigned to a Missile Flight (10 Minuteman Missiles assigned to and controlled by a single Missile Combat Crew – the “Officers” – are called the Security Alert Team, and they, like the Missile Combat Crew, are assigned to the Launch Control Facility. Whenever they need to check the security status of a missile, they get in their truck and drive the fifteen to 150 miles that separates the ten missiles from the Launch Control Facility, the Missile Combat Crew and the Security guards’ beds.

    I can go on and on and on and on. In short, toss this nonsense in the trash and move on.

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    Hi Caitlin,

    The group as a whole are Security Forces, however, each individual member is a Security Policeman or SP. I’ve interviewed dozens of these guys and that’s what they refer to themselves as.

    Robert

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